Le Cochon Dingue

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Restaurant type

  • Coffee Shop,
  • Bistro,

Cuisine type

  • Quebec,
  • French,

Dishes

  • Breakfast,

Atmosphere

  • Family,

Products and Services

  • Must Reserve,

Languages Spoken

  • French,
  • English,
Location
46, boul Champlain, Québec, QC G1K 4H7
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  • $26 To $60,

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mama3276
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Super agréable. Juste atypique l'entrée par la rue Champlain

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Marie-Claude M
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Miam!

Essayez la farfalle aux fruits de mer en entrée, c'est délicieux! Ils ont aussi des menu pour les touts petits qui sont très appréciés. En été, les terrasses sont bondées. L'endroit est réellement bien situé.

Atmosphere: 4/5
Food: 5/5
Service: 4/5
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norabfr
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Bon Brunch en famille

Tres bon endroit pour prendre un brunch en famille, le service fut tres bien. A gouter absolument le beurre de pomme, tellement bon nous sommes reparti avec deux pots!

Atmosphere: 4/5
Food: 4/5
Service: 4/5
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Restaurantica12
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We had to wait about 15 minutes to be seated, but...

We had to wait about 15 minutes to be seated, but it was during the long weekend and we expected the restaurants to be crowded. They made everything they could to find two side-by-side tables in order to accomodate our group of 7 people. The bread and butter were on the house and we were impressed by the excelent Italian ciabatta they offered. We had meals and beer (Leffe brune and Hoegarden) and sangria was also a nice surprise. The best of all was te service. A special thanks to Genevieve, she made our day and because of her (and of the food, of course) Le Cochon Dingue is now our favorite restaurant in Quebec City. Casual, but very nice.

Atmosphere: 5/5
Food: 5/5
Service: 5/5
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Restaurantica12
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Reservations...

My friends and I were intending to go for a relaxing meal or coffee in the late evening. When we got to the restaurant it was about two thirds full. I had made a reservation for 5 people earlier that day, but two more of our friends unexpectedly wanted to come with us, and arrived about 2 minutes after we did. The food was good, but the service left a lot to be desired. For a restaurant that was not too full we were very rudely treated by the hostess when we asked to change the seating to accommodate more people. Very unfortunate, as I was really looking forward to eating there. I will also add that we were not arriving during the dinner rush, as we had reserved for 8:00pm. Nor were we eating there on a Friday or Saturday night. The hostess kept nastily reminding us that we had not "reserved" our spot, yet others were walking in off the street with no reservation and getting seated with no hassle. During the end of our meal, the same hostess walked over to our table and butted in to our conversation by telling my friend that she was not pronouncing her French properly. Perhaps it was an attempt to be nice, but my friend was clearly embarrassed and the comment was uncalled for. It was a bizarre evening that was somewhat ruined by the rude hostess and the restaurant's inability unable to accommodate a slight change in plans. Too bad.

Atmosphere: 4/5
Food: 4/5
Service: 2/5
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Cochon Dingue is affordable, of good quality and is the sweet little nook that we have been missing. All four of their locations (boulevard Champlain, boulevard René-Lévesque Est, avenue Maguire and Lebourgneuf) serve the same creations. They don’t reinvent the wheel, but their sugar layer cake with cream is highly satisfactory.

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